FluNada Throat and Nasal Spray Giveaway ends 3/4

Go Natural with FluNada Throat and Nasal Spray to fight viruses!

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Did you know that the average child gets 6 to 10 colds per season?  Which that means you’re probably going to be exposed to cold and flu viruses quite a bit this season. Fortunately you now have something else to put in your arsenal to fight the battle against those cold and flu and it’s FluNada!

According to STS Health, FluNada is the only product for cold and flu-like symptoms as it coats both the throat and nasal passages where most viruses enter the body. FluNada has natural ingredients to relieve runny or blocked noses, sore throat, cough, body aches and pains associated with the cold and flu.

Whenever possible it’s always my preference to use natural products over ones with chemicals or even prescriptions when it comes to preventative measures for colds and flu. I don’t like to take anything that makes me drowsy or upsets my stomach which are just a few of the reasons I look for natural products. Fortunately for all of us FluNada just became available at Walgreens and several other major retailers.

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It is a doctor-formulated throat and nasal spray with natural active ingredients that works differently than other products. The natural, zinc-free formula coats both the throat and nasal pathways where most viruses enter the body and is designed to inhibit replication of viruses before they overtake your immune system. It’s even non-drowsy yay I definitely like that.

Last week my throat was feeling sore and I felt like my body was fighting off something. Well I sprayed FluNada into my throat and it started to numb any scratchiness and soreness right away! Let me tell you if you use it as a nasal spray it’s going to shock you how quickly it can clear up your nasal passages. You just have to not spray too much the first time as it almost caught me by surprise how it’s like an instant effect to clear the sinus passages.

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I think everyone should have one of these sprays in their cabinets to help them get rid of viruses as you need to have it on hand as soon as you get the first sign of any symptoms as that’s when it works best. I’ve now given a bottle to my hubby and daughter so they have their own sprays ready as it is cold and flu season! Just remember it’s not hygienic to share these so make sure to grab a bottle for all your family members!

 

Now one lucky winner will receive two bottles of FluNada to help them keep colds and the flu at bay! Enter on the rafflecopter below and GOOD LUCK!

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Comments

  1. KimmieSue says:

    Fruits and veggie up since i take daily vitamins anyway

  2. Elizabeth Kasson says:

    Make me a cup of hot tea!

  3. Rebekka S. says:

    I try to avoid going out, stay home and rest, drink lots of water and have chicken soup.

  4. Danealia says:

    Vitamins, frits and vegetables, lots of water

  5. Alesha OliverLane says:

    Hunker down in bed & drink lots of water, eat lots of ice, I am an ice cruncher

  6. Lots of vitamin C!

  7. Gayle S says:

    If I feel like I might me coming down with something I rest more than usual and stay away from people so I don’t give it to them.

  8. Diane K. says:

    I drink gingerale when I start feeling sick, and take Motrin.

  9. Melissa Weatherford says:

    I think that the first thing I do when I start to feel like I’m coming down with a cold is Take Vitamin C!! Then hot tea, rest, and lots of water 🙂

  10. Blessed Assurance says:

    I usually drink neem tea.

  11. Darla Shannon says:

    take ginger tea

  12. Virginia Rowell says:

    I wash may hands A Lot, take vitamin C and take daytime medicine if I really feel it coming on.

  13. I rest and drink a lot of fluids. I try to take EmergenC

  14. edwina ackie says:

    I have been fighting with the cold all winter long and would love to try to find a better way to prevent future relapses.

  15. I get vitamin c and lots of sleep.

  16. Brutus Duffy says:

    I load myself up with Vitamis and drink a lot of echinacea tea.

  17. Colleen Maurina says:

    We take Astragalus when we start getting sick.

  18. drink lots of water and get some sleep if i can

  19. I start taking vitamin C and double up on the times a day I use the nasal flow.

  20. I usually bone up on my vitamins and often add zinc and OJ to the mix.

  21. Gail Williams says:

    When I start to feel sick I drink hot liquids including hot lemon juice with honey and then take a sauna.

  22. Lisa Green says:

    Eat chicken soup, drink lots of water, and take nyquil at night.

  23. get some rest , stay away from other people and germs, and yell

  24. I take lots of vitamin c.

  25. GO TO THE STORE AND GET ORANGE JUICE AND SOMETIMES NYQUILL…..

  26. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I start taking more vitamin C (or eating more citrus since it’s in season), drinking echinacea tea and taking elderberry syrup.

  27. Drink lots of water and freshly squeezed orange juice and continue with my vitamins.

  28. Hot tea w/ lemon to help with the fever and chills .

  29. I start taking vitamins and echinacea when I think I am on the verge of getting sick in the hopes that it will be decreased

  30. When I feel a cold coming on I rest and double up on the vitamin c.

  31. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    I feel like i start to get cold right after Christmas and it could be because I am out at the stores doing my last minute shopping and so is everyone else.

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